Thursday, February 10, 2005 11:43 AM

DS encryption and Portland DS Multiplay

DS Encryption: DarkFader's excellent new blog (see right column links list) mentions a few new tidbits about encryption on the Nintendo DS. In short: DarkFader stopped the Real Time Clock in the DS and proved the DS encryption bases its random number generator on the time and the 4-character gamecode in the header.

It goes without saying that DarkFader is now reverse engineering the setup and is optimistic about some workarounds...

Portland DS Multiplay:A date and time have been set for the Portland, Oregon event. It will be held on February 26 at 6:00 at Backspace, the local downtown net cafe and gaming center. Their physical address is 115 NW 5th Ave. (5th and Davis), and their web address is

Show up and support your local multiplay organizer. Bring all your games and arrive with a full battery and a powerful thirst. In the words of Abe "Grandpa" Simpson whilst supporting a 1960's superbowl broadcast: "If we don't support this thing, it might not make it...."



At 5:14 PM, Anonymous said...

I totally called the Portland event. See my last post responding to the images of the last multiplay.

the first rule of DS multiplay is TALK VERY MUCH about DS multiplay!

At 8:41 PM, Ken said...

Well ten i better say: plase have one in cincinnati, ohio!!!! please


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